OpenInviter is a script to import contacts (address book data) from email providers like Yandex, Lycos, Rambler.ru, Live / Hotmail, OperaMail, GMX.net, Mail.ru, Mail.com, GMail, Yahoo!, Rediff, AOL, and KataMail. It can import from content management systems like SimpleMachines Forum (SMF), Drupal, Social Engine, Wordpress, PunBB, Joomla, JamRoom, and PhpBB. It also imports from social portals like Twitter, Facebook, Hi5, Friendster, Orkut, Myspace, and LinkedIn. It offers basic "tell a friend" features.
The Infotrope ACAP Server is an implementation of RFC2244, complete with asynchronous notification of changes, stored search results, ACLs, and data inheritance, etc. It supports TLS and SASL encryption as well as the entire base standard, plus a few optional extensions. ACAP allows applications to store configuration data in a way that is standard, fully interoperable, and easily managed by users, administrators, and technical support teams alike. Infotrope's key features include the ability to randomly crash the server without data loss, and backing up of data (even while it's being written) without losing integrity.
ZEG, which stands for "Zero Effort Groupware", is a virtual appliance of SOGo intended to provide a complete out-of-the-box testing environment. SOGo is a collaboration suite (or groupware) with speed and scalability in mind. It offers calendaring, address book management, and a full-featured Webmail client along with resource sharing and permission handling. It also makes use of documented standards (CalDAV, CardDAV and GroupDAV, vCard, and vCalendar/iCalendar) and thereby enables the use of many clients and the reuse of any existing infrastructure. The appliance is prepared to be imported in VirtualBox but can also used in VMWare.
@Mail Groupware combines the ability to share address books, calendar items, and tasks among groups of users with optional permission levels. It provides a complete Web- based groupware system for users within your organization and provides an Outlook 2003/2000 to Web synchronization utility for Contacts and Calendar data.
Liferay is an enterprise portal. It handles users and portlet drawing, has a full administrative interface, supports all the major databases and the main J2EE application servers, and has single sign-on capabilities and multiple language support. It uses Apache Lucene for document searching. A number of portlets are included, including a guestbook, a calendar, a mapping utility which uses Expedia, news, polls, a document library, and live stock information.
Kerio MailServer is an email and collaboration suite that comes integrated with direct over-the-air (OTA) ActiveSync support, over 14 anti-spam layers (including SpamAssassin), dual anti-virus options (including a ClamAV plugin), collaboration features in Outlook, Entourage, Outlook Mobile, VersaMail, WebMail, and iCal, email archiving, and live automated backups. It supports a variety of SSL-encrypted communication protocols including POP3, IMAP, STMP, and HTTP for WebDAV, CalDAV, Web mail, and wireless ActiveSync. Wireless capabilities include direct email push, synchronization of calendar events, contacts, and tasks, and remote wipe for Windows Mobile devices to delete company data in the event the device is lost or stolen. Authentication options include Active Directory, Apple Open Directory, PAM, and an internal database. It can be administered remotely using an encrypted channel.
AddressBook X LDAP provides a shared addressbook on your local network, without the burden of subscriptions. It is an iSync enabled application which transfers contacts from the AddressBook to a central LDAP directory. It also provides the ability to browse and search the directory. Multiple schema mappings are available and can be customized and extended to address individual needs. Currently, ABxLDAP Person (an extension to InetOrgPerson) is fully supported, but the Mozilla Schema and the basic InetOrgPerson are in development. Support for Active Directory is included as well.
Otak provides a visual interface to command line programs that don't have one, that allows users to select arguments from a menu. For example, it can be used as an address book program with Mutt (the default), or as a phone book with SMS sending software, or even as a list of hosts for SSH or FTP.